First Look: 666 Park Avenue Goes to The Birds

Get ready for Halloween at New York's posh Drake apartment building. "The Dorans host one of the most exclusive costume parties in the city," teases 666 Park Avenue executive producer David Wilcox of the episode, scheduled to air October 28 on ABC. "What Jane comes to find out is something very...

666 Park Avenue Premiere Clips

Sexy, scary, and insanely addictive, 666 Park Avenue is the perfect hour of television to fill the gap left by Desperate Housewives . Based on the book series by Gabrielle Price, 666 Park Avenue is a mystery infused take on the tried and true 'Good vs Evil' trope, managing to elevate its interpretation to decadently mature levels.  It would be hard to imagine 666 making it to television without the success of American Horror Story to illustrate how big the horror niche had become amongst TV viewers, but Park Avenue gives a take that is far more mainstream, and a bit more 'adult' in its narrative, both in terms of maturity and ... you know. Check out a couple of clips for yourself and be sure to tune in to 666 Park Avenue Sunday, September 30, 10:00-11:00 p.m., ET/PT. Read More...

Exclusive First Look: 666 Park Avenue Gets Sexy, But There’s a Devilish Twist

"Are we going to be OK here?" That's a line the characters of a horror show don't often ask themselves, but Jane ( Rachael Taylor ) says it to Henry ( Dave Annable ) just after moving into The Drake in the series premiere of ABC's  666 Park Avenue . Gavin ( Terry O'Quinn ) and Olivia Doran ( Vanessa Williams ), the owners of the chic Upper East Side apartment building, hire the innocent Midwestern couple to be the building's resident managers.  Unbeknownst to them, the residents have all made deals with the devil to have their desires fulfilled. (And some desires, like in the clip below, are too hot for TV!)

Terry O’Quinn on His New Show, 666 Park Avenue, and What He Really Thought of Lost’s Finale

In ABC's new supernatural-horror drama 666 Park Avenue , Terry O'Quinn plays the proprietor of a prewar apartment so appealing (good views, great closet space, and the location ...) that its prospective inhabitants seem willing to do anything — perhaps even sell him their souls — to nab it. Willa Paskin spoke to O'Quinn for New York Magazine's Fall Preview issue . Herewith, a longer take on what he thinks of his new role as (maybe?) the Devil; his old role as Lost 's John Locke; and, oh, that little show's totally normal series finale.   Read More...

Exclusive: Enrique Murciano, Wendy Moniz Move Into ABC's 666 Park Avenue

666 Park Avenue is getting a few new residents. Without a Trace alum Enrique Murciano and One Life to Live 's Wendy Moniz have landed multi-episode arcs on the new ABC drama, has learned exclusively. In 666 , an innocent Midwestern couple ( Dave Annable  and Rachael Taylor ) get hired as resident managers of an Upper East Side apartment building in New York owned by Gavin ( Lost 's Terry O'Quinn ) and Olivia Doran ( Vanessa Williams ). Unbeknownst to them, the residents have all made deals with the devil to have their desires fulfilled. Read More...

New Bodies Check in to ABC's 666 Park Avenue

With the corpse count at New York's luxurious Drake Hotel expected to grow devilishly high, expect a Love Boat -like rotation of guest stars to come and go through the turnstile on ABC's new fall drama, 666 Park Avenue . The dark mystery series, which stars Lost 's Terry O'Quinn, Desperate Housewives ' Vanessa Williams and Brothers and Sisters ' Dave Annable, has just checked in three new slabs of fresh meat.

666 Park Avenue Teaser: "Don't Let the Amenities Fool You" in This "Wicked, Dangerous" NYC Apartment

“This apartment rocks,” gushes Dave Annable’s Henry Martin in this new teaser for ABC’s upcoming supernatural drama 666 Park Avenue.

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666 Park Avenue Creators Discuss Their Approach to Horror on TV

ABC’s new fall series  666 Park Avenue  follows what happens when a young couple, Jane (Rachael Taylor) and Henry (Dave Annable) are given a luxurious new home in Manhattan, becoming landlords of a swank Park Avenue building, the Drake. But quickly, it’s clear something very nefarious (and otherworldly) is going on with the building’s owner, Gavin (Terry O’Quinn) and his wife, Olivia (Vanessa Williams). Speaking about the series at the TCA (Television Critics Association) press tour today, executive producer David Wilcox noted, “I’ve been a horror fan for a long time. It's the kind of genre that really has a direct connection to the audience and that has great appeal to me. I thought there was a show in the horror genre that could work on television for a long time.” After reading the books 666 Park Avenue are based on, he noted, “I thought this could have the DNA that could really work on network television – a scary, yet character driven supernatural soap.” Read More...  

'666 Park Avenue': Vanessa Williams and Terry O'Quinn base devious characters on the Madoffs

In the upcoming ABC drama "666 Park Avenue," Terry O'Quinn and Vanessa Williams play Gavin and Olivia, the nefarious owners of a seemingly haunted upper east side apartment building. In the pilot episode, it becomes increasingly clear that the couple have the worst of intentions when it comes to their tenants, who experience a bevy of horrors while residing in their dream apartments.Williams says that she looks at the moneyed, troublesome couple as a supernatural version of Bernie and Ruth Madoff. "It's a world that I wanted to explore. It's the Upper East Side. It's luxurious. It's a couple that are very powerful," she says. "I thought about the Madoffs immediately because they were extremely wealthy. They had incredible land holdings all over that people knew about and knew that they had a great amount of wealth. And then we all saw the dark side and what happened and how they created their empire."They're not...